"We have had reports of one person catching 250 kilograms in a single season."
12:01 PM "They had a big array of all these fluids for the bikes and I've got a charger and a plug, and that's it."
Community of Learning looks to improve reading, writing and arithmetic in Marlborough.
Waikakaho Valley fire shows Marlborough has one of the slickest operations in the country.
"We were just talking about the day, and how good the day was, and then 'bam'."
"She understands sometimes he uses inappropriate language. She's very supportive."
Little old Blenheim is right up with Rio de Janeiro and Amsterdam.
"We haven't got our hand out begging for money, we just want people to come and buy their Christmas presents here."
Janelle Sangster-Ward was the standout performer among a quartet of Marlborough dressage exponents at the 35th FEI World Dressage Challenge.
The Tasman women’s golf team are keen to improve their ranking at the New Zealand women’s interprovincial tournament which begins on Tuesday in Ashburton.
Tasman ended day one of the Toro men's interprovincial golf tournament on a high with an impressive 4-1 afternoon win over Hawke's Bay helping to ease the disappointment of a first round loss to Auckland.
Junior sports had Marlborough children engaged in variety of activities over the last week, on courts, fields and the water.
The Canterbury Equine South Island Open polo league got underway in Blenheim on Saturday and Sunday, with success on and off the field.
OPINION: If environmentally sacrificing vast areas of the Sounds is the only way we can economically sustain this industry then clearly we have a problem.
SATIRE: Mum happy with 'Sit At Home' exams as her teenage son only likes to study in his bedroom with the door locked.
OPINION: Maataa Waka men's stopping violence programme co-ordinator Malcolm Pitman challenges men to take a stand against domestic violence.
OPINION: Climate Karanga member Penny Wardle talks about the need to take action in the face of slow decision making by world leaders around climate change.
Kaikoura MP Staurt Smith weighs-in on the ongoing Kaikoura civic centre building saga.
A Marlborough man has produced plant feed for vineyards using giant kelp.
A Marlborough couple have gone back to the region's past to grow stonefruit among the grape vines.
"Science is fun. Having the opportunity to play, and be paid for it, to ask and then watch the results of your efforts used in the field."
An unlikely friendship between a veteran winemaker and a young woman from China has resulted in continued success on the world stage.
Marlborough Sounds stakeholders seek government support to protect marine environment
Kaikoura's Harmony Poi decided her "bum" lifestyle would get her nowhere so she took up the chance to study and enroll in an military course, changing her life forever.
Young gymnast Ayla Sweeney has been named Kaikoura Gymnastics Club gymnast of the year following an outstanding year of training and competing.
A zero waste raft race is being held in Kaikoura in January.
Kaikoura's first community tug-o-war competition is just around the corner.
Department of Conservation partnerships ranger Wendy Sullivan continues her series on boating around marine mammals with a piece on the three boat rule.
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